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Old 07-23-2010, 05:41 PM   #1
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Making the T-Case output Electronic?

Hey guys and gals

So heres the problem, I'm going to be replacing all my gauges for SCHWEET red digital ones, but the speedo has to have an electronic input, not the mechanical one that my current one has.

So do any of you know if its possible the convert the mechanical speed output of a 1989 Transfer case to an electric output?


Heres the gauge
Cyberdyne: UltraGage Red: Speedometers (electronic) -

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Old 07-23-2010, 05:49 PM   #2
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Did you read the FAQ on that page?

My vehicle currently has a cable drive speedometer. How do I set it up to work with a programmable speedo?
If you take your speedometer cable to a local speedometer shop, they should be able to install an upper end that will match the 340-011 pulse generator. This is the easiest and best way to hook up an electronic speedometer in a vehicle that was equipped for a mechanical speedometer. For VW applications, the SN16-VWCAB kit will give you everything you need.

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Old 07-23-2010, 05:52 PM   #3
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wow... See it actually DOES help to read the whole page Thx AZ
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Try this website...V8 conversion manuals, parts for V8 S10, Datzun Z, Jaguar, Chevy TPI & TBI, Colorado, Astro Van V8, Volvo 200 & 700. I'm running a 350 in my YJ with a 700r4 trans and needed a way to lock up the converter. I got a pulse sensor that attaches to the transfer case speedo cable connection. They might be able to help you out. Good luck!!!
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